Granduomo Charming Accomodation
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- Drycleaning onsite
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- Refrigerator in room
- Non-smoking rooms
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This morning we headed to the Cathedral of Santa Maria del Fiore - otherwise referred to as the 'Duomo' - a magnificent building smack in the centre of Firenze and impossible to miss! Its construction began in 1296 and took nearly 150 years to complete resulting in a distinctive red-tiled 'cupola' dome and 'campanile' bell tower - the neo-Gothic facade itself is in a pink, white and green marble and simply gorgeous!
Well our mission was to climb ...
... The whole thing was a stunning white marble with blue and yellow decorating it. Inside we enjoyed the famous sculpture, the tiled marble floor and the enormity of the place. What we really really loved though, was the beautifully decorated Dome, the architectural masterpiece of Brunelleschi and the start of Florence' Renaissance. It was stunning, round and bright. A recorded man told everyone to shhhh! Every few minutes, as we stared ...
the trip to the airport after having had only an hour and a half of sleep was awful. I slept through my alarm which must've been going off for at least 10 minutes, and was finally woken up by Sophie at 610. We got our stuff together and left without saying goodbye to tayler who was passed out. I had said goodbye to Sam the night before which wasn't too hard since we weren't that close, but he had still left his mark on me and I will never forget him. He was a strange one ...
... Along with many other buildings in Italy, Le Murate Caffè Letterario has a long an interesting history. Built in 1424 it was originally the Santissima Annunziata alle Murate and Santa Caterina convent for the Benedictine nuns and then during the French occupation of Tuscany it became a jail in 1845 where it remained that way until 1985. So this is the place that I got the chance to relax and ...
... all I got was a leg, though, haha). After admiring David, we looked in the other rooms of the museum, backtracking to see the Rape of the Sabine Women by sculptor Giambologna and a few other minor works. It's a small museum and we spent about 40 minutes inside and found it really enjoyable.
Our next stop was the church and museum of Santa Croce, the largest Franciscan church in the world. There was no line when we arrived here and it ...